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  • Mountain Equipment Mec Case Study

    Mountain Equipment Co-operative (MEC) is a company that sells high-quality outdoor equipment for all types of activities. The company established in the 1960’s started with a store in the United States but later after trouble with the Canadian Customs, felt it needed to move to Canada. Upon moving to Canada the company began establishing physical locations in specific locations across the country such as Calgary and Vancouver. Expansion was needed for the company to address other customer…

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  • Disneyland Evaluation

    I will be evaluating the theme park Disneyland. I will be deciding if Disneyland is a good theme park to vacation at. I will be showing that Disneyland is a theme park that people should visit because it creates good memories and it has rides for people young and old. Even though the price is higher than other parks like it, you are paying for quality and lastly there are fun activities for adults too. Firstly, Disneyland is a great place to create memories whether you are young or old.…

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  • Tale Of The Magic Drumstick Analysis

    The Tale of the Magic Drumstick Once there was a Chippewa Elder named Francis and he loved music. Music was everything to him. He even made traditional Native American musical instruments. The sound of a drumstick hitting against a hand drum would remind him of his own heart beating. Not to mention how music brings people together. So one night while Francis was sleeping. The creator sent Francis a dream of choke cherry bushes swaying in the wind and elks running through the forest. In the…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Centralized Nuclear Waste

    Approximately twenty percent of the electric power in America is generated through a nuclear reaction, and as a result of the production, high-level nuclear waste is created. Imperatively, the nation must find a way on how to store its nuclear waste. Yucca Mountain in the state of Nevada was identified by the Department of Energy and subsequently approved by both the Congressional and the Executive branches of government as a repository site for nuclear waste. However, Nevada State Politicians,…

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  • Nuclear Power Plants

    The two sides are debating the support or fear of nuclear power plants. After the events at Fukushima, the earthquake and tsunami, the power plant sickened a lot of people due to its radiation. Professor George Monbiot and Melissa Block discuss the opinion to support nuclear power plants. He states that if so many people can die or become injured due to mining, then how is that any different than people dying or becoming sick from nuclear waste radiation? He said that coal was a bigger issue…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Nuclear Power

    “I am become death, destroyer of worlds.” These famous words were uttered by the J. Robert Oppenheimer - creator of the atomic bomb - at its first test in 1945. A few months later, two bombs were dropped onto Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the world was changed forever. Now, over 70 years later, we are using this same destructive power, but we are using it for supposedly peaceful and harmless purposes, such as creating electricity by splitting the atom. We seem to have forgotten what this power was…

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  • Essay On The Impact Of The Wiindigoo In The Round House

    The Impact of the Wiindigoo in The Round House Louise Erdrich was born in 1954 in Little Falls, Minnesota, and identifies as Turtle Mountain Chippewa. Due to Erdrich’s Native American background, she has written many novels centered around Native American themes. Erdrich’s novel, The Round House, is told from Joe, a thirteen-year-old boy’s, point of view, showing how he copes with the event of his mother’s rape. Joe is outraged that the authorities are not doing more to help find the man…

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  • Arguments Against Nuclear Energy

    Beginning in the 1960’s nuclear power was believed to be an attractive alternative to fossil fuels and was even referred to as the energy source of the future. To the uninformed the use of nuclear energy may seem frightening because the only thing rumored is the negatives like: the waste, major spills of material and disastrous radioactive accidents, but there are many benefits from the use of this energy source such as: saving millions of lives, a mass reduction of pollution, and an advancement…

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  • The Chippewa Tribe In Erdrich's Tracks

    In Erdrich’s Tracks, the novel tells a story of a Chippewa tribe that is forced to adapt to colonizers in the post-colonization state of America. Through the eyes of two distinct narrators, Nanapush and Pauline, the reader gets an inside view of the perspective of a Native-American tribe in post-colonial America. At the very beginning of the novel, Nanapush describes Native Americans dying from the spotted fever (or yellow fever) due to the colonizers bringing disease as they intermingle with…

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  • Nuclear Energy-Environment Rejuvenation

    Nuclear Energy - Environment’s rejuvenation or a hazard!! In the early 1930s and 1940s, research was at its pinnacle yet very ‘small’, small in size, not in size of work but in size of the subject- atoms, neutrons, protons and nuclei. The works of Rutherford, Bohr, Einstein, Chadwick, Curie, Frederic, Fermi, Hahn, Strassmann all eventually led to the discovery of Nuclear Power or Energy, which is believed to be the panacea of energy crises that currently exist. It is a boon to the modern…

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